Raymarine Partnership with American Boatbuilders Association

Friday, September 24, 2010

Raymarine Inc., a marine electronics supplier, announced the renewal of its long-standing Preferred Supplier of Choice agreement with the American Boatbuilders Association (ABA). Raymarine has been an ABA Preferred Supplier since 2002, providing members with high-performance multifunction displays, radars, echo sounders, autopilots, and VHF radios. 

The ongoing partnership with ABA demonstrates Raymarine’s ability to supply the equipment boaters need, and the quality they demand. Raymarine is committed to supplying boat manufacturers with integrated marine electronics systems that are simple to install, and to offering new boat buyers the sophistication, ease-of-use, and added value they demand when purchasing a new boat.   

Recently acquired by thermal imaging leader FLIR Systems, Raymarine is a supplier of marine electronics to OEM boat manufacturers worldwide. The ABA is collective of independent boat brands. Members include Chaparral Boats, Inc., Cobalt Boats, Correct Craft, Ebbtide Corporation, Godfrey Marine, Grady-White Boats, Monterey Boats, Regal Marine Industries, Rinker Boat Company, Inc., Tiara Yachts, Pursuit, Stingray Boats and Formula by Thunderbird Products.

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